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tonight. david? >> diane, we've been waiting to see a result like this. a jump for years now tracking the housing crisis since it started following families, entire neighborhoods as they waited for a rebound. and today, when we went back to one street, one of the hardest hit in america, we couldn't believe the turnaround. call it an early christmas gift for millions of americans who own homes. tonight, new signs home values are finally on the rise again. the biggest spike, in arizona where home prices are up more than 21%. >> and this is cortis street. >> reporter: perhaps you'll remember our drive through that neighborhood outside phoenix, it was ground zero for the housing crash four years ago, foreclosed, for sale, for rent. 130 homes on the market in that one subdivision alone and sherri mcbroom was trying to sell one of them. what did they buy their home for? >> $308,000. >> reporter: and what it's listed at now. >> 130. >> reporter: 130. our jaws dropping back then. and late today we were stunned again. when we checked in with that same realtor. in the last six months how many h
: diane, good evening. this growing carpet of cards and flowers and teddy bears behind me is a symbol of a community that is hoping, in the words of one of the signs here, that love will get them through this. first, though, they need to get through the funerals, which began today. today, in newtown, a funeral for 6-year-old noah pozner, who was eulogized as a boy who liked animals, video games and mexican food. he used to tell people he worked in a taco factory. at his funeral, an onlooker collapsed as the procession passed. inside, his mother shared stories that had everyone in tears. >> when she told him, i love you, his answer was, not as much as i love you. >> reporter: a few miles away, another funeral. jack pinto, also 6, a huge sports fan, whose favorite new york giants player, victor cruz, wore his name on his cleats during sunday's game. >> i was honored, man. it was -- i couldn't express to them how great that made me feel. >> reporter: jack's friends from the wrestling team showed up in their little uniforms. in a news conference today, the normally stoic state trooper who
're going to be -- i will first talk a little bit about the public outreach to date and proposed. diane oceana will talk about development around port development at this site. justin from a and e comwill give overview of the proposed project. peter albert from mta will talk about the transportation assessment that is going out in the embarcadero right now and inform the environmental review process if for this and we will discussed fiscal terms and feasibility analysis and the framework that informs that and then we will conclude with a few words from the warriors who would like to talk a little bit about what this project really means for the city and for the port, and finally we willing asking to you extend some of the deadlines in the exclusive negotiating agreement to allow us to negotiate a comprehensive term sheet which we hope to bring to you by april of next year so with that as mentioned there was a advisory committee formed for the port and from that committee there are three tracks of workshops that have begun or soon to begin. we are doing transportation workshops to talk
. >> are you disgusting. she is so warm that global warming is panicking about her. i am here with diane macedo. she is on "don imus" in the morning. and he is should sharp he burps daggers. it is jaime weinstein. he is one of the authors of the e book "the lizard king." and in finishnd la he is considered a q tip. it is bill schulz. and if hilarity was a breathalyzer, cops would make drunks blow him on the side of a road. or -- on the side of a road or a highway or a road highway. what is wrong with me? sitting next to me tom shillou. and his cd came out called "big room" and he tries to impress, but his writing is a mess. our new york times correspondent. good to see you, pinch. >> ♪ improve your family's standard of living ♪ ♪ with the gift ♪ that keeps on giving ♪ as the holiday bell chimes ♪ ♪ subscribe to the new york times ♪ ♪ have a happy hanukkah and merry solstice and happy kwanza. pinch out. >>> was it over the line to goof on her behind? carolyn woos knee yaqui is uh us coulded of making a racist -- is accused of making a racist comment about her friend, serena wil
already had barbara walters but he brought in david brinkley and diane sawyer and ted koppel he promoted. peter he brought back from overseas. he had amazing graphics on air, amazingly. he was very, very aggressive. he built up into the real powerhouse by the late '80s. >> what was his personality like? if you had to describe him. >> he was a genius. he was larger than life. in his thinking. not in his demeanor. if he was here he was a bit on the shy side actually, and often totally absent in one of the running jokes is he never return phone calls of everybody, including the head of the company. throughout his life when you call them at home, you'd have crises and you get to people, there was an answering service. there wasn't a voicemail. never return phone calls. after he died, one of his close friends at the wake said to me, do you know he never return phone calls? i said why? because if you're calling him, it was your problem and he didn't care about your problem. [laughter] he wanted you to deal with this problem. but roon have is i think unique ability, besides having a very large
pierre thomas joins us now with all the breaking details. pierre? >> reporter: diane, tonight, the fbi believes it has stopped a plot of home grown terror that while in its early stages, could have been deadly. tonight, two ft. lauderdale men are in custody, accused of plotting to detonate a bomb in the u.s. homeland. the two men, brothers raees and sheheryar qazi, are identified at naturalized citizens from pakistan. sources tell abc news, this was not a sting. and that the younger brother had been in contact with overseas radicals, possibly connected to al qaeda. the indictment accuses the men of attempting to provide lodging, communications, equipment and transportation in a conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction. and sources say, the fbi found evidence the younger brother had been monitoring recent fbi sting cases, so authorities say infiltrating the alleged conspiracy was a nonstarter. >> and pierre, i know this is still a developing story, but any indication of how many others might be involved? >> reporter: diane, this case is active and ongoing. they are looking at pote
. >> good evening, diane. long-time coming since we've seen this amount of rain in such a short amount of time. in fact, yesterday alone, lots of places including san francisco, santa rosa, even oakland set record rainfall amounts for yesterday alone. now, more rain is already on our doorstep. we are still under flash flood watches and warnings. not only up against the coast but it does include san francisco, it includes napa and it also does include santa rosa. some of our hardest hit locations with a particular series of storms. you will notice more rain already starting to approach the coast, and this is just an appetizer of what's to come. we've looked at plenty of rain over the past four days. santa rosa, one of our top cities picked up over 5 1/2 inches of rain. san francisco, not too far behind. 2 1/2, to get down to the south bay, gilroy, 2 1/2 in san francisco topping out right at -- san jose, rather, at 1 1/2 now. we are watching more rain with this next system as you menged, diane. it's going to be very powerful. flash flood watches do mean that flash flooding is likely tomo
with sources inside the palace, and she has the latest on what happened. lama. >> reporter: good evening, diane. well, the couple had been so tightly lipped about the pregnancy that some here at the palace the queen, prince charles and other members of the royal family reportedly only found out about it today. but when kate was hospitalized, the palace decided it was time to break the news to the world. the last time the world saw kate middleton was on friday, a picture of health playing field hockey. now we learn the duchess of cambridge is pregnant and hospitalized for a condition called hyperemesis gravidarum. the palace today saying as the pregnancy is in its very early stages, her royal highness is expected to stay in hospital for several days and will require a period of rest thereafter. hg is a severe form of morning sickness that debilitates 2% of expectant mothers, causing severe vomiting, weight loss and dehydration. abc's sharyn alfonsi experienced it with both of her pregnancies. >> it's so much more than morning sickness. you are sick morning, noon, night. you're not throwing up a
. ginger? >> reporter: diane, it has been a punishing day for millions of americans. the snow drifts growing so tall here in iowa, and the blizzard, only part of the problem. tonight, an aggressive winter storm, carrying thrashing winds and blowing snow, has shut down major highways across the midwest and killed at least five people. there have been more than 1,000 spinouts and crashes from nebraska to wisconsin. in iowa, it was a 25-car pileup on i-35. so many people stranded on the roads across that state, the iowa national guard has mobilized 80 troops in humvees to come in and help. >> they can get into places where the traction isn't really good. >> reporter: the blowing snow is really the problem here. it has stopped falling but you can hardly tell. the cars still litter the side of the highway. there are incredible whiteouts up and down i-80. the blizzard is just part of this mammoth storm that came in with a bang. that's thunder snow from madison, wisconsin. the first major winter storm of the season knocked out power to 400,000 homes in nine states. kcrp reporter mark carlso
the damage from that epic storm but the states involved, diane, say that just isn't going to be enough. >> these bulletins just keep coming. >> reporter: right. and they keep finding these reports and records. and they will. we started records in 1979 in sea ice melt. they will keep changing. and the man i talked to, he anticipates more. >> even more. okay, thank you so much, ginger. >>> now, we turn to the news tonight that a lot of ordinary americans have been put on notice, as we approach that fiscal cliff, just 27 days away. people who are already having trouble finding a job are receiving a letter of warning about something to happen to them if congress can't make a deal. and abc's jonathan karl has that. >> reporter: melinda vega has been put on notice. if congress and the president don't get their act together, her unemployment checks will stop immediately at the end of the year. >> we're dependent on that money to pay our bills. >> reporter: she's been without a job for a year. her $450 a week unemployment check, her lifeline. >> we won't be able to pay some of our bills, and,
, diane. after years of what critics charge has been not much discussion and even less action on the issue of addressing gun violence, today, president obama said that the tragedy at sandy hook changed everything, and now focusing on these issues will be at the forefront of his agenda. the president promised action. >> so, i will use all the powers of this office to help advance efforts aimed at preventing more tragedies like this. we won't prevent them all, but that can't be an excuse not to try. >> reporter: he pledged that his administration would look at the mental health, education, cultural and gun control aspects of this tragedy. and to head the effort, he appointed vice president biden, an author of the 1994 crime bill, which contained a ban on some semiautomatic rifles. the team will report back by next month, the president said. the president hopes to capitalize from this national moment, when eve some pro-gun rights democrats are calling for change. today, he demanded congress take real action right now. ban the sale of high capacity ammunition clips. close the so-called gun sho
has all the details right now. jake? >> reporter: good evening, diane. well, ambassador susan rice withdrew her name from consideration to be secretary of state after weeks of bruising political battles and a cacophony of criticism. in a letter to the president today, u.s. ambassador to the united nations susan rice wrote, "the position of secretary of state should never be politicized. i am saddened that we have reached this point even before you have decided whom to nominate." and she shared the news on nbc. >> i didn't want to see a confirmation process that was very prolonged, very politicized, very distracting and very disruptive, because there are so many things we need to get done as a country. >> reporter: just weeks ago, rice, a tough and smart rising star in the obama administration, was the president's top choice to serve as the next secretary of state. but she drew a lightning storm of republican criticism for repeating talking points from the intelligence community that seemed to critics to downplay the terrorist attack on the diplomatic compound in benghazi, libya. >>
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rockers and diane from fox business network. stay with us. . >> it is it a while since the house band little rockers performed and i got to tell you we are ready to rock. we are a bunch of people in the fox family and all of us wish we could make music all of the but no season would be complete without the little rockers. leading is diane masedo . lauren green on chi board and on the guitar fox reporter riardo and producer singing the back up focals and on the slay bells and on the our friend zarro. >> and diane. you are going to do a song for us today. that is one of my favorite my miriah. >> i do. all i want for christmas. i hope they enjoy: >> i bet they will. ♪ ♪ i there is just one thing i need . ♪ i don't care about the presents the underneath the christmas. ♪ because i yust want you for my own. ♪ so that you could ever know. note make my wish come ♪ all want for christmas. ♪ is --- - respiratory ♪ you. ♪ ♪ i don't want a lot for christmas, there is just one thing i need. ♪ i care about my presents the underneath the christmas tree. ♪ ine hang my
the little rockers and diane from fox business network. stay with us. . o as you can see, geico's customer satisfaction is at 97%. mmmm tasty. and cut! very good. people are always asking me how we make these geico adverts. so we're taking you behind the scenes. this coffee cup, for example, is computer animated. it's not real. geico's customer satisfaction is quite real though. this computer-animated coffee tastes dreadful. geico. 15 minutes could save you 15 % or more on car insurance. someone get me a latte will ya, please? >> it is it a while since the house band little rockers performed and i got to tell you we are ready to rock. we are a bunch of people in the fox family and all of us wish we could make music all of the but no season would be complete without the little rockers. leading is diane masedo . lauren green on chi board and on the guitar fox reporter riardo and producer singing the back up focals and on the slay bells and on the our friend zarro. >> and diane. you are going to do a song for us today. that is one of my favorite my miriah. >> i do. all i want for christmas. i
edition of "world news" with diane sawyer, tragedy at the elementary school. reporting from connecticut, diane sawyer. >> good evening, welcome to a special edition of "world news" in newtown, connecticut, the site of a mass shooting and gunfire aimed at elementary school children. we're in front of the united methodist church where people are gathering all even long as details are still pouring in. 27 victims, 20 children, seven adults and we heard all day about the incredible response by teachers inside the school which is considered one of the leading schools in the nation. and also tonight, we have a new image of the suspected shooter, as we tell you everything we know about who did it, what kind of weapons and why. and we begin all of this with between between anchor chris cuomo and he's here with me. >> almost unimaginable scene. what we know so far is inside this elementary school, young kid process tektd by their teachers and there was one deranged man who decided to take it all away. >> this morning, the school was filled with kids concerned about christmas. then shots rang out
. but president obama, diane, has warned that using those weapons is a red line. >> on the story for us tonight, martha raddatz, thank you, martha. >>> and now, we want to tell you about another turbulent hot spot, so vital to the united states. there is a battle in the streets outside the presidential palace in egypt, again. and abc's nick schifrin is there. >> reporter: tonight, 10,000 egyptians taking the fight over their future to the presidential palace. they want president mohamed morsi, the man they elected, now to be removed for seizing too much power. last night, the same street was a war zone. six killed, 700 injured. the biggest crisis here since egypt, one of america's most important arab allies, overthrew its dictator, hosni mubarak. these very same people filled these same streets two years ago. today, they are chanting the exact same songs, only replacing mubarak's name with morsi's. tonight, morsi refused to give up the absolute power he seized to write a new constitution. one that many here feel doesn't protect the rights and freedoms they fought so hard for. >> he has become l
about you. >> let's welcome our guest. i am here with diane macedo. jonathon hunt is chief correspondent for studio b on the fox newschannel. and bill schulz, in his mind he is always singing "on my known." and sitting next to me is mo mo-rocca. he is on the cooking channel with "my grandma's rave -- ravioli." hi, pinch. >> check out bloomingdale's full page ad. seven new frugal rogues. you can't not buy a skinny legged pair at these prices. the prices between advertising and editorial are any less staunch, fyi,. ♪ the best part of waking up ♪ ♪ is folgers in your cup and reading the new york times. andy? >> it was your fault, viewers, and i hate you for it. >> thank you. >> does away in the main yes, sir -- does away in the main yes, sir put them in danger? it claims it is unconstitutional and a form of bullying. and they are threatening to sue the school district unless tunes like joy to the world are scraped for secular crap. they wrote, bullying is a hot topic and that appears to be what is occurring here. when they are singing about the lord and savior, jew success -- jesus ch
. >> diane, we spent all day here at what was in many ways, the emotional epicenter of this story. the volunteer firehouse right down the street from the school where we watched many families holding tearful reunions with their children and also families who weren't so lucky. all day long here at the firehouse where the students were kept safe after the shooting, an urgent parade of parents coming to pick up their children. this is 8-year-old alexis wasik and her mother. >> you were in there? what happened? >> we heard like an ambulance and a police officer come and everybody was a little scared, crying and i felt actually a little sick. thought i was going to throw up. >> were kids crying and screaming? >> yes. kids were crying, not really screaming, but they were all huddling together and felt so sick. >> reporter: her mom said when she arrived at the firehouse, alexis was with her father. >> he had her in his arms and were crying and she just goes, momma, i'm okay, i'm here. >> reporter: another mom whose kids go to a nearby school told us she was putting off picking them up be
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cover story, that's how diane swonk, sr. economist at miserow financial, described the participants who, as swonk put it, "have not done what they need to do." diane swonk, sr. economist at mesirow financial, expects the u.s. economy will face a $200 billion fiscal drag next year, the effect of a negotiated deal that includes resuming the 6% payroll tax, limiting unemployment extensions and discretionary cuts. according to swonk, it's about far more than reforming tax rates. "the real issue is spending. baby boomers are getting older and we have to address that. yet all the talk is on the tax side of the equation." but swonk admits the current tax code that allows income from investment, as in mitt romney's 15% tax bill two years ago, needs fixing. "someone who's making a gazillion dollars should not get carried interest taxes. that's just wrong." the markets have been skeptical that a long-term deal will be made. equity analysts are not optimistic. "we're expecting more volatility in the first half of 2013. we expect we'll be hearing debt ceiling discussions again." for now, fiscal cli
, bob and diane gayer and their sons jarek and clay are doing a little christmas shopping. not at the mall at their church! long's chapel united methodist church sponsored an alternative christmas market, where various booths offered gift ideas that supported local and international charities. diane says projects like this help her family set a different tone for christmas. >> it's a very tricky time for the family. >> expensive. >> it is expensive, and we live in a real me society so the children always think of themselves first. and as a parent, you want them to think of others. >> the tradition of giving christmas presents is often tied to the magi, or wise men, who according to the bible story, brought precious gifts to the baby jesus. but many christians say that tradition has gotten out of hand. according to the national retail federation, americans will spend $563 billion dollars for christmas 2012. the average family is expected to shell out about $750. the federation also forecasts that this holiday season, consumers will be spending the highest amount ever on gif
"world news" anchor diane sawyer met one young teacher with an extraordinary story. >> i knew it was a shooting immediately. >> it was just repetitive sounds? >> yeah, it sounded like the type of gun that just shoots over and over and over again. i told all of my students that we had to get in the bathroom. it was all i could think of. i put one of my students on top of the toilet. i just knew we had to get in there. i was just telling them it's going to be okay, you're going to be all right. i pulled the bookshelf before in -- before i closed the door in front of it, so we were completely barricaded in, turned the lights off. >> did you tell them to be quiet? >> oh yes. i told them to be quiet. i told them we had to be absolutely quiet because i was just so afraid that if he did come in and then he would hear us and he would maybe start shooting the door. i said we have to be absolutely quiet. and we have -- i said, there are bad guys out there now, we need to wait for the good guys. i wanted us to be okay. and i'm so saddened that there are people in this situation who are n
still on haven't every time i am onstage and diane loves it and i know florence loved it. you talk to any girl like the rockettes. we talk about this. it is difficult for girls to stay together but we did stay together a long time. motown was one of the reasons and we enjoyed it. we were traveling all over the world. this was the stage where one day you'll be seeing before kings and queens because -- and we are laughing because we're in the project. that -- we had no idea that would become true and it did. when we had the first record we were in sweden but the future king of sweden. we hung out with all kind of people who were kings and queens. and there were. tavis: you hated that first -- which raises the obvious question. you have that first single. it raises the question, which won the you absolutely adored? i know you'll love all. >> i have to say because diane sang the lead, i never got into the lyrics as much. now that i am seeing them i realize some of those songs that were released in the 1960's are so relevant today. and my being 68 and a half or more than a half but anyw
by printing out still pictures from movies we know and transported it -- in this case, diane keaton and woody allen. another great movie, "breakfast at tiffany's." >> so much of the architecture in new york is so old and this proves it. >> this is bruce willis from "diehard with a vengeance." >> how in the world did he manage to get the legs of the people on the left? >> that was probably coincidence. >> that's just wild. >> gnarly, right? >> apparently this whole thing started just as a fun little thing that christopher wanted to show his friends, but his friends and family thought it was such a cool thing, that they encouraged him to do now and now he gets thousands of views on these photos. >> isn't it cool? >> the coolest thing i've seen in a while. >> to tell us more about this we have christopher maloney via skype "right this minute" all wait from canada. so where did the idea start? just out of curiosity? >> i one day -- i worked next to, and wanted to smo my friends that, printed off a picture and held it up. everyone was like, that's amazing. >> how many scenes have you created so fa
31st.[laughter] we know that you will love it. >>host: we are going to get to new with diane who is calling and welcome to hsn >>caller: hi how are you? >>host: good and we hear you are shopping for yourself? >>caller: i and my husband just bought it as a christmas gift for me. >>host: o ho ubby my daughter has a less person and she's going to try to take it from me. [laughter] >>host: was the price or whatfeatures got you interested? >>caller: i have been watching for the last few days and i like 8 gb and you can put everything on the cloud and i like everything about it. >>host: and i guess the flex pay did not hurt? >>caller: absolutely not because i took the vantage of that. >>host: mr too. >>caller: -- >>caller: =e too. >>caller: it took for ever to try to get hers. >>host: this is for mom, >>caller: yes. >>host: i am so glad you got it before it sells out. . >>caller: is the kindle case still available? >>host: do we have red and orange available? >>caller: do you have the black? >>host: this is a different version with either the mock croc or the solid bla
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to more demands on the part of the president rather than a deal, congresswoman diane black is a member of the budget committee and joining us, and alter lapert is joining us and white wash over who is responsible for the benghazi terrorist attack continues in a brand-new, allegedl,ed inde independent re, sponsored by the state department. president obama today, said after last week's tragedy in connecticut, he made the connection to say that country is now ready for compromise on the fiscal cliff. fox news chief white house correspondent ed henry with our report. >> reporter: as the announced vice president biden will spearhead ponc strong to mass shooting in connecticut, president obama of hit by questions about the fiscal cliff. >> if this past week has done anything it should give us perspective. >> reporter: at least twice he used gun tragedy and superstorm sandy to sell his budget plan. >> you think about what we've gone through last couple of months, a devastating hurricane, now, one of the worst tragedies in our memory, the country deserves folks doing will to be compromise on b
band the little rockers and diane macedo from fox business network. together for one of my favorite christmas songs. stay with us. [applause]. try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. (applause) >> you know, it's been a while since our house band, the little rockers, have performed on the show. i've got to tell you, we're ready to rock and we're a bunch of people with other jobs in the fox family and all of us wish we could make music all the time and no christmas season would be complete without a performance for the little rockers. leading the band is diane macedo, lauren greene, on the keyboard. and guitar, rob. and producer, and sandra, singing backup, on the sleigh bells and writer bob, and on the drums, our friend zaro. [applause] >> and diane, you're going to do a song for us today. it's one of my
idea of placing armed guards in the nation's schools. >> this comes as diane fine stein promises to introduce new gun control legislation in the new year. the head of the nra put the game on violent video games and problems with the mental health system insisting another assault weapons ban is not the answer. >> it doesn't work. diane fine stein had her ban, and columbine occurred. >> hundreds of protests yesterday. >>> amid the debate over gun controls and restrictions, bay area ranges are seeing a sharp increase in the number of people who want firearms training. cbs 5 reporter donlin shows us who is seeing up for the shooting lessons. >> reporter: lynn suwannee fired a gun for the first time in her life. >> safety. my arms are tired. >> reporter: before pulling the trigger, she attended a class in san francisco to learn how to safely store and use a gun. >> see if i can feel any sense of power being female and 5 feet tall. >> reporter: many bay area instructors say they see a big increase in the number of people signing up for training. many of them are first-time gun useer
. hopefully there will be snow flakes from around the world. >> co-owners diane striadell wanted to do something. >> and i got in touch with the pta and the church and heard this is what they wanted to do. here we are. >> some parents are so young their parents have not told them about the shooting. >> reporter: what did you tell them about what that was for? >> just to help other children. but splicingly, they did not ask about that. >> reporter: but older kids did know about that. they came to send a message. >> that they know that we care. >> reporter: do you think its' important that they know that? >> yes. >> reporter: why? >> because they are probably sad about what happened. >> reporter: drew levine says that his message is for those who survived and those who didn't make it. >> i want them to know that we are here for them. it's very sad and we'll try to prevent that in the future. we miss you. we miss all of them. >> reporter: in gaithersburg, maryland, john henrehan, fox news. >>> and police are investigating a deadly shooting. one was found in a car and the other in the midd
channel's chris warren has the latest from truckee. >> reporter: diane, i'm standing along the truckee river here. and it's expected not only to go to flood stage, expected to go to major flood stage by tomorrow. snow levels are going to be very high. we're talking about 3 to 4,000 feet higher than where i am right now. so what that means is that all the precipitation falling will be falling as rain. that's a problem because this time of year usually you have the snow falling and the snow stays in the mountains. it stays in the hills. instead of the rain we'll be draining down all the local streams, all the local creeks into the truckee river here. and along the way, it will bring with it some of that snow that is already falling. so you're going to be dealing with some melting snow and all of that rain from some subtropical proij source in the pacific coming in we're looking at a situation where we are expecting to see major flooding. the residents here know that and they're taking it serious. truckee river, i'm going to show you how close some of these homes are. a few homes go all t
are finding ways to boost the bottom line year-round. diane eastabrook tells us about one chicago business that's making money by refusing to get boxed in by tradition. >> reporter: this is the unglamorous side of chicago's ideal box company. it's where workers and machines convert paper into corrugated boxes. this is the glamorous side. it's where graphic artists design cardboard store displays by computer. then, industrial designers fashion them into something like this. >> it's a bit of a corn stalk, and so the wood crates sort of show that farmer's market look. >> reporter: ideal president scott eisen says thinking outside the box is keeping his family's 92-year-old corrugated box factory relevant in the 21st century. >> displays are not only a better margin, but it's the reason customers will come to us, because we have to conceptualize and do the renderings and come up with the innovations of "how do i sell my product at retail?" that's where we're really good. >> reporter: eisen and his brother yale say they turned ideal into a sort of boutique manufacturer a decade ago because the
? >> reporter: good evening, diane. this is, as you say, a developing story, but here's what we know so far. at least one person killed, possibly more. others injured, in a mall shooting, a shooting that apparently broke out near the food court of the clackamas town center. police say the gunman has been neutralized. unclear if that means he's in custody or dead. just before 3:30 this afternoon when shoppers heard shots run out and people started running. >> i got there two minutes early. i walked through the food court. went downstairs for my kiosk, which is right below the food court. when i got there, i was talking to my employee. we heard a bang. we covered our ears and we got down. in a matter of five seconds later, we heard rapid fire, bang, bang, and i just took off running. i don't know where my employee is. i heard she's still inside the mall. >> reporter: witnesses described a man what an automatic weapon wearing camouflage ed clothing. many were on the phone with abc's affiliate k-2 in portland, locked inside the mall, describing the terrible skeent of events as it unfolded. one
explanation as to what set him off. diane? >> neal karlinsky, our thanks to you. and as we said, we've gone back to track what happened minute by minute at the mall. who fled in terror and how so many managed to survive. and with that, now, is abc's david wright. >> reporter: today, we learned just how cold-blooded the killer was. police say roberts made a beeline from his car in the parking lot through macy's, carrying an ar-15 semi-automatic assault rifle. he wore a ballistics vest packed with ammo and a hockey-style face mask. he entered the mall on the upper level. by the time he got to the food court, he was already firing, killing cindy ann yuille and steven forsyth. he shot down into the lower level courtyard, too, hitting kristina shevchenko, now in the hospital. then his gun jammed. police say roberts bolted down a flight of stairs, got his rifle working again and killed himself near jcpenney's. >> this was a heartbreaking tragedy by any standard. >> reporter: but today, everyone agreed it was a miracle only two people were killed. experts say in a situation like this, the most imp
the one question she says so many have been asking her. >>> good evening on this new year's eve. diane counting down with her family. tonight, the other countdown here. the one in washington. tonight, no deal. lawmakers are taking this country over the fiscal cliff. as one senator said today, something has gone terribly wrong when the biggest threat to our economy is our congress. let's get right to abc's chief white house correspondent jon karl covering this every step of the way. jon, many angry americans watching all of this. >> reporter: well, david, they just blew it. it is now clear that congress will fail to pass by midnight tonight something to prevent virtually everybody's taxes from going up. they have known for more than a year that tonight was the deadline and they just blew it. the deadline to prevent that massive $600 billion combination of tax hikes and spending cuts will be missed. but the scramble continues. to try to get a deal done and passed over the next day or two, that would put the tax cuts, at least, back in place retro actively. and today, they sure seemed clo
for a week. but late today, diane, one possible sign of progress. the president and the speaker of the house spoke via telephone. neither side would give any details about what was said, but the stock market closed higher today with traders, at least, apparently optimistic that a deal will be reached. >> one phone call can do that. okay, thank you, jonathan karl. >>> now, we head overseas to cairo. another day of bloodshed and chaos there. battles erupting in the streets. look there, outside the presidential palace. between those two support egyptian president morsi and those who want him to go. both sides using fire bombs, rocks, even sticks as weapons. and more than 120 people were wounded. >>> and now, we move onto the other big headline. the millimeters of americans battling breast cancer, getting this news. a new study saying a popular drug used to keep the disease from coming back should be taken twice as long for even better results. and the news has a lot of doctors saying they're going to change how they treat some of their patients. and abc's chief medical editor dr. richard besser
tomorrow night. we wanted to check in with one of last year's honorees. anderson cooper updates us on diane and all she continues to do. >> in chicago homicides are up this year. in the south side in a neighborhood called roseland this grandmother needs to buy 89 new tombstones. >> we are over 80 behind and we're going to have to rebuild it for the tenth time. >> reporter: diane is fighting youth violence. she's been giving kids an alternative to the streets for a decade by opening up her own home and her own heart. she was honored as a cnn hero last year. >> i felt more honored from the community because of the people who never thought that they would see someone from roseland at that level. ♪ >> reporter: diane's organization has helped an estimated 2,000 young people and since being named a top ten cnn hero, diane's received crucial donations, including a basketball court, computers and a van. she was even featured on an episode of abc's "secret millionaire." >> they found out all our different passions and pushed us to do different things. she is the savior of the hood, in my opinion.
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